Daniel Egel-Weiss (ΦBK, George Washington University), an associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, discusses the value of a liberal arts education and his commitment to equity and care for others.
Liberal education in particular cultivates the capacity to deal with complexity and diversity and not be threatened by differences of opinion.
Now is a critical time for you to welcome new legislators and educate them about issues that matter to you.
Among Duke’s most noteworthy ΦBK alumni, Reuben-Cooke enrolled 1963 as one of the school’s first five Black undergraduates and later returned as a trustee for the university.
The Phi Beta Kappa Society is pleased to recognize three of its members among this year’s Nobel Prize winners.
ΦBK Visiting Scholar Elizabeth Cullen Dunn is a professor of geography at Indiana University Bloomington.
The ΦBK Book Awards are given annually to outstanding scholarly books published in the United States. See this year’s winners!
Read about ΦΒΚ winners and finalists for this year’s MacArthur Foundation Fellowships, ΦΒΚ Book Awards, National Book Awards, Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes.
Eliza Bent (ΦBK, Boston College) discusses her latest play in which she assumes the roles of three different women named Karen, a take on the popular meme.
Evan Berquist (ΦBK Colorado College), a Stanford Law School graduate and member of Cozen O’Connor’s Corporate Practice, is recognized for his pro bono work.
Teresa K. Miller (ΦBK, Barnard College) has been selected as a winner of the 2020 National Poetry Series for her book Borderline Fortune (Penguin, 2021).
UCLA Professor of History Joan Waugh discusses her teaching, the politicization of history today, and the vital role that the unfolding of American history continues to play in our education system.